It is the subject of colour .. and yes .. Canadians spell colour that way due to our British heritage and it's impact .. so try and get past it ? wink wink
The question the artist asked the "maid" (while looking at the sky one day) was at first glance, how many colours did she see in the sky and the clouds ? ..
Her first answer was of only basic colours, blue , white .. that type of observation .. but when he pressed her to go beyond her first impressions .. that is when it gets interesting.
So do the colours in our gardens .. we can press past those first basic colours and see so much more to the "whole" colour picture .. sometimes it is subtle , other times it is "why didn't I notice THAT before ?!"
So once we get into full swing with our gardens again .. really take a few moments and truly look past the obvious .. it can be surprising !